The Woodshop Shed

adventures in woodworking and home maintenance, from my shop in an oversized backyard shed

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Flying Fish Aquarium

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Flying Fish AquariumView of front yard through my “aquarium”. Simple carvings in cedar. “Details on inside, .. shape from people approaching house don't (can't see) details. May add other objects, but simple appears to be more eye catching!



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How To Ebonize Wood

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Ebonizing can be a lot of fun and it's a great option to add to your offerings. Learn how to achieve a deep, rich black using household ingredients plus some powder from a South American evergreen.Source

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Old Unisaw Mobile Base with Dust Collection

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Old Unisaw Mobile Base with Dust CollectionSo I wanted to mobilize my table saw but had some design restrictions that I felt would limit me to build my own mobile base instead of purchasing. I just finished the project and man I am pretty happy with its end result so I thought I would share. The base only raised the top of the table by about 1/2 to be at 34-1/2 and then also incorporates dust collection. I didn't want to cut into the sheet metal of my 1951 Unisaw so I thought this would work pretty good. I used hardboard for the bottom and slanted it to the back to a 4 collection port. The way I was really able to keep the table height from increasing was removing the sub base that was used in older Unisaw's as seen in my one picture. If anyone wanted, I have some pdf's of all the parts that I modeled up in solidworks. The base was made of 2×6 and 2×4 material that I jointed to make flat and easier to make square.



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My newest !

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My newest !Both 22 Inches across. MDF! Acrylic



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Accurate and Easy Joint-depth Gauge

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A straight mortise-and-tenon joint requires each tenon cheek to be flat, of consistent thickness and parallel to the body of the workpiece. If a cheek is twisted or angled relative to the faces of the workpiece, the result can be …Source

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